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COZY 2 FAMILY HOUSE FOR SALE

Cozy 2 family house for sale,
Brand new renovated,

Walk in rental apartment consists of:
Front private entrance,
Eat in kitchen, 1 bedroom, Full bathroom,
Washer/dryer area,

Owners duplex apartment consists of:
3 bedrooms, full bathroom, Large eat in kitchen,
Dining room, Washer/dryer closet, Private backyard,
Front driveway for parking,

Asking Price: $769,000

Click here to see pictures of the house!

For appointments contact:
J.J. Katz
Heights Properties Inc.
Phone: 718-363-3932 x 101
E-Mail: jjkatzproperties@gmail.com

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